Shotgun Condenser Microphone for Video Shooting
The Videographer’s Choice for Recording Audio in the Field
The TM-200SG is a shotgun condenser microphone with a highly directional polar pattern ideal for video shooting or reporting. It can be mounted on any camera with a hotshoe and will help to improve the sound of any video recording created with a DSLR or other camera. The supercardioid pattern captures sound in the direction the mic is pointing while rejecting ambient noise and reverberation. It picks up your subject’s voice in front of your camera while reducing noise from traffic, surf, echo, and other distractions.
Lightweight and Small Form Factor for Maximum Audio Quality With Minimal Visual Intrusion
Built-in Low-cut Filter for Easy Reduction of Environmental Noise
Wind and environmental hum can reduce the quality of the audio and create headaches in post-production. By utilizing the natural-sounding low-cut filter, you’re saving time downstream without cutting into vital frequencies you have captured.
The TM-200SG is powered by phantom voltage. Shoe-mount clip, windscreen, and softcase are included as standard.
- Easy-to-handle shotgun mic for film shooting, vlogging, reporting, or news coverage
- Compact and light design
- Supercardioid directivity ensures high sound quality in outdoor applications
- Operates on phantom power (DC 48 V)
- Attaches to the camera with standard-size shoe mount
- Switchable low-cut filter to reduce low-frequency noise
- Wind screen included to avoid wind noise
|Transducer type||Back-electret condenser|
|Output connector||3-pin XLR, male|
|Frequency response||30 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Low-cut filter||160 Hz, –3 dB|
|Sensitivity||–40 dB ±3 dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa at 1 kHz)|
|Output impedance||1 kΩ ±30 % (at 1 kHz)|
|Load impedance||200 Ω ±30 Ω|
|S/N ratio||74 dB|
|Maximum SPL||132 dB (1 kHz, ≤1 % THD)|
|Supply voltage||DC 48 V (phantom power)|
|Supply current||3 mA|
|Dimensions (L × Ø)||153 mm × 23 mm|
|Included items||Shoe-mount mic holder, windscreen, storage bag|
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Ostatnio zmodyfikowane: 2021-04-06 10:53:00 UTC